Nigeria’s envoy to Morocco presents Letter of Credence to King Mohammed



AlBashir Alhussaini, Nigeria’s Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Kingdom of Morocco was among the 38 envoys that presented their Letters of Credence to King Mohammed VI at the Royal Palace in Rabat on Monday.

A statement from the Chancery King on Thursday said that the King requested the ambassador to extend his warmest regards to President Muhammadu Buhari and the entire people of Nigeria.

He also assured the envoy of maximum support amd cooperation in discharging his duties as Nigeria’s special envoy during his tenure in Morocco.

The king pledged that relations between the Morocco and Nigeria would continue to grow stonger.

In his remarks, Alhussaini assured the king that he would convey his regards to the Nigerian leader and the good people of the country.

He added that he would do his best possible to boost the existing good ties between the two countries during his stay in the country as an ambassador. (NAN)